WELCOME TO THE BRUCE PENINSULA
Nestled between the shores of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron lies Ontarios Bruce Peninsula, a finger of land full of scenic splendour.
The Bruce Peninsula is the Niagara Escarpments northern anchor and is one of 300 United Nations World Biosphere Reserves. With miles of rugged shoreline and sandy beaches, dotted by small hamlets, the Bruce Peninsula is a haven for the naturalist. You can hike along the Bruce Trail, 150 feet above the pristine waters of Georgian Bay and be surrounded by trees more than 1000 years old.
The Bruce Peninsula is yours to discover, come visit, stay awhile and recharge your soul. Let us show you a place that Mother Nature still rates as one of her greatest footprints and return home with memories of an incredible journey.